In many modern cultures, the hourglass-shaped woman is help up as the epitome of attractiveness.
In my story, there are sixteen species of the Homo genus (humans) that can all interbreed: anatomically modern humans, merfolk, angels, demons, ogres, giants, halflings, dwarfs, elves, therianthropes, vampires, gnomes, goblins, orcs, trolls, and wizards.
Some species have an unusual sexual dimorphism for mammals (specially primates): females tend to be more massive. This is the case for ogres, giants, merfolk, demons, angels, wizards, therianthropes, and vampires. The other half of the living species of the Homo genus (trolls, orcs, goblins, gnomes, halflings, elves, dwarfs, and naturally, anatomically modern humans) have larger males.
To be exact, ogres tend to be sexually attracted to fat apple-shaped women, merfolk tend to be attracted to fat diamond-shaped women, giants tend to be attracted to fat pear-shaped women, and both demons and therianthropes tend to be attracted to fat banana-shaped women. The three other species with larger females, vampires, wizards, and angels, respectively, tend to be attracted to fat strawberry-shaped women, fat hourglass-shaped women, and fat spoon-shaped women.
If you want to know, adult ogres are on average as heavy as adult male gorillas, and as tall as the average NBA player, adult giants are on average as massive as adult polar bears, adult therianthropes are on average as tall as adult orangutans and as heavy as adult chimpanzees, demons are eusocial and, weighing on average a metric ton, the queen is always the largest individual in a given colony, and adult merfolk are on average as massive as adult belugas.
So, I wonder why would women with a huge belly be considered sexy (or hot, if you want) for most ogres, merfolk, giants, therianthropes, and demons?
Note: members of my various species can be of any morality and ethic (there are good orcs, there are evil halflings, there are chaotic elves, and there are lawful therianthropes) (if you do not understand, I hate stereotypes and clichés) (also, my story is a satire against racism).